Felice a Tes­tac­cio

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Es­tab­lished in 1936 and renowned for its tra­di­tional Ro­man spe­cial­ties, Felice a Tes­tac­cio, one of the cap­i­tal's most fa­mous trat­to­rias, has re­cently opened its first Mi­lanese branch in the shadow of the Duomo. Stand­outs in­clude a tri­umph of tan­ta­liz­ing starters based on tra­di­tional Ro­man recipes. The menu of­fers lo­cal clas­sics like tonnarelli ca­cio e pepe (pasta strands with tangy, melt­ing sheep's cheese and black pep­per), pasta with gri­cia, roast lamb and Ro­man-style ar­ti­chokes, all ac­com­pa­nied by an ex­ten­sive wine list. To com­plete the meal there is a se­lec­tion of mouth wa­ter­ing home­made desserts, in­clud­ing the venue's leg­endary tiramisù.

fe­liceat­es­tac­cio.it. Via del Tor­chio, 4. T: 02 80506690. Map E5

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